MetalSucks contributor Crash Thompson returns with another episode of his video review series “Critical Condition.” This episode tackles Finnish melodic death metallers’ Children of Bodom’s latest album I Worship Chaos, which comes out today via Nuclear Blast.
How does Bodom’s latest, their ninth studio album, compare to their best works such as Hate Crew Deathroll and Are You Dead Yet? Are these Finns still pumping out the jams with the best of ’em, or did the departure of guitarist Roope Latvala earlier this year have an impact on their sound? Watch the video to find out.
MetalSucks contributor Crash Thompson returns with another episode of his video review series “Critical Condition.” This episode’s focus: The Color Before the Sun, the latest by prog rockers Coheed and Cambria, and their first album that isn’t part of The Amory Wars conceptual saga.
How does Coheed’s venture into non-conceptual territory pan out? How does the music compare to past efforts? You’ll have to watch Crash’s review to find out.
How does Nile’s latest offering stand up against the rest of their catalog? Turns out it’s pretty much the same, almost to a fault… although that’s not necessary all bad. Watch the video for the full review treatment.
MetalSucks contributor Crash Thompson returns with another episode of “Critical Condition.” This time he sets his targets on Coma Ecliptic, the seventh original studio album (and eight overall) by long-running North Carolina progressive metallers Between the Buried and Me.
How does Coma Ecliptic stand up against Between the Buried and Me’s most recent work? What about how it compares to their earlier classics? What’s new this time around? Watch to find out.